ClickN READ Phonics teaches the entire kindergarten to 3rd grade phonics curriculum taught at USA public schools through 100 interactive cartoon animated online phonics lessons. Children learn english correctly in a phonics game-like environment that is great fun and easy to use.
You can be assured that you are purchasing the world’s most effective reading program because the research based phonics curriculum is designed by nationally recognized research professor Dr. J. Ron Nelson. All other learning to read programs are simply toys when compared to ClickN READ Phonics.
Our phonics program is designed for children as young as 4 years old learning to read English for the first time, older children struggling to learn to read, learning disabled children and even adults learning English as a second language.
The Letter Sound Chamber – Learn Phonics Letter Sounds
All phonics lessons begin here. The onscreen teacher, “Click N KID”, gently guides your child through interactive phonics letter sound exercises. Children learn all of the letter sounds and their corresponding letter shapes required for reading mastery as well as spelling and keyboarding skills. Each phonics lesson introduces a new letter sound which is then practiced along with five previously introduced letter sounds.
Letter Sounds – Screen Selection – Lessons 1 to 100
Over the 100 lessons 61 phonics letter sounds are systematically introduced and practiced with previously taught letter sounds. 995 total presentations of these letter sounds:
A, AI, AL, AR, AW, AY, B, C, C soft, CH, CK, D, E, EA, EE, ER, EW, EY, F, G, G soft, H, I, IR, J, K, KN, L, M, N, NG, NK, O, OA, OI, OO, OR, OU, OW, P, PH, QU, R, S, SK, SL, SH, ST, T, TH, TR, U, UE, UR, V, W, WH, WR, X, Y, Z
Letter Sounds – Keyboard Spelling – Lessons 1 to 100
The same 61 phonics letter sounds taught in the screen selection exercise must be spelled on the keyboard. 995 total presentations.
The Listening Cube – Learn Phonics Word Blending
Next, your child is automatically taken to the Listening Cube which systematically incorporates the letter sounds taught in the first Letter Sound Chamber into beginning, middle and ending sounds in words. Those same letter sounds are then systematically incorporated into a word blending exercise which teaches your child how to decode the individual sounds in a word and come up with the sound of the word.
Beginning, Middle and Ending Sounds In Words – Lessons 1 to 25
Your child will learn which letter, from a set of letters shown, matches the beginning, middle, or ending sound in 188 presentations of these recited words:
am, apple, beg, cat, cog, cot, dad, dog, dot, dug, get, has, hat, hot, jog, mac, man, mat, met, monkey, moon, nat, noon, not, october, octopus, on, pet, sad, sam, sat, sock, sod, soup, table, tad, tam, tiger, tight, top,
bag, bail, ball, bam, ban, bat, bin, bit, dad, dog, dot, get, had, hot, nail, rag, rat, rib, rob, sad, sat, sit, tab, tad, till, tin
ban, bat, beg, big, bog, can, cat, cot, cup, cut, did, dot, get, got, hit, hug, jog, jug, mat, mit, nap, peg, pig, pit, pot, pup, ran, rid
Word Blending – Lessons 1 to 100
Your child will learn how to blend separate sounds together to form the sound of these 357 individual words:
age, alley, alphabet, always, am, at, away, awful, back, bad, bag, ball, ban, banging, bark, barking, bash, bat, bath, beat, bee, beet, big, bin, bird, blue, blur, blurry, boat, bog, , boil, boring, bow, box, brown, burn, calm, can, cap, car, card, cat, cell, cent, chat, cheat, , check, cheek, chew, chin, chip, chips, chop, chow, chunk, claim, clay, cloud, clue, coat, coffee, cog, coil, con, cooled, corner, cot, crawl, crew, cup, cut, dad, dan, day, dig, ding, dirt, disturb, dolphin, drab, drew, drink, dry, due, each, eat, eel, egg, fad, fan, fang, far, farmer, fat, fax, feet, fell, fern, fin, fix, flew, float, fly, foam, fog, for, forest, forty, found, fox, fray, frown, fun, fur, furnish, gain, gem, germ, gill, girl, glee, glory, glue, got, green, grew, gull, gum, had, halt, halter, ham, hard, hat, hawk, healing, heating, her, hid, hit, hockey, honey, honk, hop, horn, hot, hug, hurt, ice, in, it, jam, jet, jig, jim, job, joins, jug, key, kid, kidney, kip, kit, knee, knife, knit, knob, law, lawn, leg, lid, lifted, lock, long, loon, luck, lung, mac, mail, malt, man, march, marker, mask, mat, math, men, mill, mit, mix, money, monkey, moon, mound, nab, nephew, new, newer, nip, nod, noisy, not, noun, now, nurse, on, orbit, orphan, out, pack, page, pain, pan, path, paws, pay, pen, pet, phase, phone, photo, pig, pink, play, points, poison, pot, pouch, pout, quack, quarter, queen, question, quick, quit, quiz, rag, rain, ran, rant, rat, ray, red, rich, rid, rip, room, rug, sad, salt, sam, sat, sawmill, say, school, sea, seated, shampoo, sharp, sheen, shell, shin, shirt, shop, short, shout, shy, sing, sink, sit, skip, slip, sob, sod, soil, sort, sound, spoil, sprays, spur, stack, stain, started, staying, steady, steel, steeper, stern, stew, sting, stir, stirring, straw, streaming, such, swing, tad, tall, taller, tam, tan, tanker, tap, target, tart, team, that, thin, things, thirsty, thud, tod, toil, tom, tooth, tower, trail, train, tray, treated, trees, trick, trophy, trout, try, trying, turkey, turn, turning, up, valley, vat, vet, vim, wag, wet, wham, wheel, when, whip, whirl, whiz, wig, win, wit, with, wrap, wrist, wrote, yarn, yen, yet, yip, yup, zap, zig, zip
The Reading Room – Learn Word and Sentence Reading Skills
The Reading Room now incorporates the letter sounds and word blends, learned in the first two reading skills environments, into new words and progressively builds your child’s ability to read complete English sentences and short stories with ease.
Progressively over the 100 lessons the following exercises are presented: Sight Words, Spelling Sight Words, Word families, Word Endings, Silent E Rule, Spelling Silent E Words, Making Sentences, Sentence Dictation, Prefixes and Suffixes. All new elements taught in each lesson are incorporated into the last exercise, Story Reading. The story reading exercise contains the equivalent content of dozens of children’s early reading books.
Sight Words – Lessons 11 to 100
Your child will learn to read the 74 most commonly used words in the English language, referred to as “high frequency sight words”, during 705 total presentations of these sight words:
a, again, all, any, are, be, bear, because, been, believe, both, bread, breath, by, come, do, earth, find, fly, for, friend, from, go, good, have, he, heart, high, house, I, into, is, kind, know, laugh, little, me, move, my, no, noise, ocean, of, once, one, or, over, put, said, saw, says, she, so, sometime, table, the, their, there, they, thought, to, two, very, walk, want, was, water, we, were, what, where, who, window, you
Spelling Sight Words – Lessons 14 to 100
Your child will learn to read and spell the 74 words from the Sight Words exercise using the keyboard during 261 total presentations.
Word Families – Lessons 15 to 100
Word families are groups of words that are closely related enough to each other to form a ‘family’. Your child will learn 425 words that belong to these 69 word families:
AT, IT, OG, OT, AN, ID, Word families AN, ID & OT, Word families AN, ID & OT, Word families ID, IT & OT, AN, ED, UG, UN, Word families ID, UG & UN, Word families AT, ED & ID, AND, ENT, IN, ANK, UMP, OP, ISH, AP, EED, AY, OOK, IP, IGHT, ILL, OW, IN, ALL, OW, ACK, EST, UB, ICK, ING, INE, ALE, AKE, UM, OCK, IDE, UM, UNK, AB, UCK, AM, AIL, EED, AIN, ORE, INE, OUT, AIN, OUGHT, ICE, AW, UB, ELL, IFE, OUT, ING, OOT, ORE, OOT, ORN, AME, OIL, IP, ASH, ICK, OOD, OKE, IDE, OWN, IR, ELL, OUGHT, IFE, AD, OCK, INK, OAT
Word Endings – Lessons 21 to 79
Your child will learn the word endings “s”, “ed”, “ing”, “y”, and “er” in 311 total presentations of these 167 words:
baggy, breezy, buggy, bumpy, drafty, drippy, faulty, flashy, floppy, foggy, freaky, funny, grumpy, grungy, gummy, jumpy, loopy, lumpy, rainy, runny, salty, sandy, sleepy, sloppy, sticky, sticky, stumpy, sunny, tacky, talky, tinny, toasty, trendy, tummy, whinny, yucky, zippy, baking, batting, breezing, bringing, bumping, chopping, dogging, faking, finding, fishing, fitting, fogging, freaking, jogging, jumping, knocking, potting, ringing, robbing, running, sanding, sapping, singing, sipping, sitting, slopping, standing, stopping, tacking, taking, talking, thinking, ticking, tipping, training, walking, whinning, winking, winning, zinging, bats, bugs, bumps, caps, cats, dads, dogs, dots, drafts, fits, flips, flops, fogs, freaks, grains, hats, jumps, kicks, kids, lads, lands, laps, logs, mats, nets, plays, pots, runs, sands, ships, sits, slips, slops, stays, sticks, tacks, tags, takes, talks, taps, tips, tots, tracks, trains, walks, winds, wins, works, zips, breezed, bumped, capped, fished, fitted, flapped, flipped, freaked, kidded, landed, mopped, petted, pitted, played, plotted, plowed, potted, sanded, shipped, slipped, slopped, soaped, spotted, stacked, stayed, tagged, ticketed, walked, winded, batter, digger, dodger, fogger, jogger, potter, runner, sander, talker, trainer, winner
Silent E Rule – Lessons 47 to 59
Children are taught how to identify words that contain a “silent e” and their proper pronunciation in 48 total presentations of these 32 silent E words:
bane, base, brake, came, cane, cape, cave, cute, dime, fate, game, grime, hate, hope, kite, late, like, mate, mine, mite, note, pine, plane, quite, rate, same, spoke
Spelling Silent E Words – Lessons 47 to 59
Children learn to spell the same 32 silent E words on the keyboard that are taught in the Silent E Rule exercise, above.
Making Sentences – Lessons 50 to 100
Your child will learn to read and construct sentences from a random presentation of the words of these 50 sentences containing 388 words:
I like to play baseball with my friends., Do you want to see my new house?, I was running to see my friend Tommy., I grew three feet this year., I would like to fly home this spring., I like to play baseball with my friends., I need to finish my homework., I saw two big dogs run down the street., The book is on my favorite brown chair., I gave a flower to my mother., I like to play baseball with my friends., The french fries were very salty., My dog Maddie likes to play all day., I only like to play baseball during the daylight hours., There were birthday balloons everywhere in the room., I can see the school from my house., I am taller than my cousin Shauna., My coat is very thick and warm., We can play football today after school., I want to get a float at the dairy store., I can not wait to go sailing., We swam in a heated pool., The grass left a green stain on my pants., Plants grow fast in the heat., I wore a yellow shirt to school., The cat’s tail was flicking back and forth., You need to stir the soup., Do you know how to read?, A knight kneeled down before the king., I wrapped my wrist with a bandage., We will sing a song at the party., The cheese on my pizza was stringy., The yard was full of junk., I used the cell phone to call my mother., We went to the Pacific ocean this summer., The space ship was orbiting around earth., It was very stormy last night., My dog has big paws., I used a saw to cut the board., I hurt my hand playing baseball., We must wait for our turn to buy tickets., My family and I are going surfing this weekend., I lost the key to your house., I need to save a lot of money for our trip., The soil in our garden is very dry., I try to avoid driving in traffic., The club dues pay for our building and staff., I used glue to build the model airplane., I am teaching my brother the alphabet., I am reading a book about orphan Annie., The soil in our garden is very dark.,
Sentence Dictation – Lessons 55 to 100
Your child will learn to read and spell these complete sentences containing 324 words using the keyboard:
I will pack our lunch., Do you like my new car?, The lawn turned green after it rained., The cow is standing under the tower., I would like to climb the tower today., George and I went to the mall yesterday., He looked much taller than Tom., I can buy a bike on payday., I used the hose to spray my friend Tammy., I could see the balloon in the moonlight., I shouted at him from across the room., I really like salty french fries with my drink., My boat does not float anymore., I dropped my tray today during lunch., I wore my coat to school., Do you want to go sailing?, The doctor treated my cold., The trail followed the rim of the canyon., There will be treats at the party., The birch trees were blowing in the wind., I eat whole grain cereal in the morning., There were thirty birds sitting on the line., I have almost thirty books at home., My father taught me to tie a horse knot., My mother put a wreath on our door., I heard the telephone ring., The wind chimes were clanging in the wind., The tanker began to sink after it ran ashore., The ice on the lake was very thick., The book had a lot of pages., The morning sun was very bright today., The movie was very boring., I have to mow the lawn today., I crawled on my hands and knees., My family goes to church every Sunday., I hurt my arm playing football., My friend bought a purple car., Our house is in a valley., Our family adopted an alley cat., I plan on joining the study club at school., I like to collect coins., The sky was a deep blue., My library book is due., We need to take a photograph of our team., The elephant was sleeping on its feet., I want to get a corndog at the circus.,
Prefixes – Lessons 80 to 87
Children learn the meanings of the prefixes “pre”, “re”, “sub”, “dis”, “mis” and “non” as well as learn to identify the meanings of these 25 words containing a prefix:
prefix, prerecord, prearranged, predict, predetermined, reread, redo, rebuild, retrace, submarine, subway, subset, subsoil, disagree, disassemble, disband, disentangle, misbehave, miscount, miscue, mishap, nonliving, nonsense, nonstop, nonresident
Suffixes – Lessons 88 to 96
Children learn the meanings of the suffixes “ful”, “less”, “ure”, “ive” and “ion” as well as learn to identify the meanings of these 21 words containing a suffix:
fearless, careless, useless, powerless, closure, pleasure, exposure, puncture, impressive, conclusive, decisive, active, correction, prediction, evaluation, collection, playful, fearless, puncture, impressive, prediction
Story Reading – Lessons 3 to 100
Children view and read along with short stories that include letter sounds and words taught in the lesson as well as elements from previous lessons. Short stories start with single sentences and quickly advance to 3 sentences with the last 68 lessons containing 6 sentences each. 489 total sentences which represent a small library of children’s early reading books.
The Speed Chamber – Practice Phonics Skills Learned
Following the Reading Room, your child enters the Speed Chamber where all letter sounds and words taught in the lessons are reviewed and practiced. Your child must make as many correct responses as possible within a user set number of instruction minutes. This environment builds the automatic decoding skills essential for reading skills mastery.
Letter Sound Review – Lessons 4 to 100
Child learns to quickly identify letter shapes for letter sounds presented in a random order. 4460 total presentations of 61 sounds over 96 lessons.
Word Recognition Review – Lessons 4 to 100
Child learns to quickly identify words that match the word sounds presented in a random order. 2910 total presentations of 120 words over 96 lessons.
Industry Best Progress Reports
Industry Best Progress Reports
Every single click that the child enters while completing all 100 lessons are saved on our computer systems. Combined with the extensive instruction in the program and the fact that answers are never “given away”, our progress reports show you a level of precision not found in any other phonics reading program!
Cumulative Results Report (Shown)
All instructional activities that appear throughout all lessons are shown along with the total number of times that element was presented.
The percentage your child responded correctly on the first attempt is shown. The average percentage for All Users that have ever used ClickN READ Phonics is also shown.
Simply compare your child’s scores to the All Users score to know exactly where your child needs additional help. The Lesson Number column shows you exactly which lesson(s) to repeat for low scoring phonics letter sounds.
For School Accounts, an additional column shows the average percentages for all students in the teacher’s class. Teachers quickly identify specific phonics skills that the class as a whole is struggling with.
Individual Lesson Report (Not Shown)
At the end of each lesson, the individual lesson report is displayed showing exactly how the child performed on that lesson. These reports are also saved in your member area and a copy is saved for all repeated lessons as well!
The red arrows on the report indicate the following information about this child’s reading skills:
1) Letter Sounds – This child is struggling with the C, TH and V letter sounds.
2) Spelling Sight Words – This is the exercise where the sight words must be spelled on the keyboard. With a 98% score on the Sight Words exercise (screen selection) it is clear that the child knows the sight words. This child is having difficulty with the keyboard.
School Account License Usage Report
Valuable Management Tool
This report is a very valuable tool for schools using the program allowing schools to see exactly where licenses are being used.
For School Administrators
The program usage by all teachers and all students is shown. This allows the school program administrator to access data for reporting requirements, to allocate student licenses more effectively where they are needed and to see exactly where help may be needed to increase usage.
All students enrolled in that teachers class are shown. This allows the teacher to see which children need to receive more time on the program as well as plan next activities for the students that are moving ahead of the class with an earlier program completion date.